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Saint Xavier releases Honorable Mention list for spring 2006

Part-time students recognized for outstanding academic achievement

Chicago (July 26, 2006) – Saint Xavier University has announced the Honorable Mention list of part-time students for the spring 2006 semester. The category recognizes exceptional part-time students who have completed between six and 12 credit hours and earned a cumulative grade-point average of 3.75 out of a possible 4.0.

David McLaughlin, senior, business administration

Blue Island
Denise Lonigro, junior, religious studies

Anthony Simmons, senior, computer studies

Allison Alpers, senior, business administration

Nicole Dabros, senior, elementary education
Rebecca O'Sullivan, senior, social science/secondary education

Kenneth Byrne, senior, elementary education
Patricia Chavez, senior, art
Ann Gasior, senior, communication sciences and disorders
Kathy Panek, senior, art/secondary education
Veronica Peterson, junior, computer science
Martyna Pogorzelska, junior, biology

Abla Ahmad, senior, history/secondary education (Garfield Ridge)
Jennifer Battung, junior, nursing (Garfield Ridge)
Michael Bernichio, junior, criminal justice (Mt. Greenwood)
Danny Carbol, senior, liberal studies (Mt. Greenwood)
Cynthia Coleman, junior, business administration (Beverly)
Mark Davis, student at large, undecided (West Pullman) 
Norman Defranco, senior, accounting (Clearing)
Marek Drozd, junior, undecided (Edison Park)
Peter Edwards, senior, liberal studies (Ashburn)
Cheryl Finno, senior, psychology (Beverly)
Patrice Folliard, senior, elementary education (Beverly)
Linda Francis, freshman, liberal studies (Mt. Greenwood)
Monica Gutowski, senior, marketing (Clearing)
Genevieve Hensley, senior, liberal studies (Mt. Greenwood)
Clyde Hudson, senior, liberal studies (Ashburn)
Lisa Johnson, junior, nursing (North Lawndale)
Deborah Keane, sophomore, undecided (West Lawn)
Deborah Koncel, senior, nursing (West Elsden)
Kathryn Majka, senior, English (Beverly)
Tina Marsiglio, senior, elementary education (Clearing)
Angelica Martinez, senior, elementary education (West Elsden)
Eileen McLaughlin, senior, elementary education (Clearing)
Tracy Mizera, senior, elementary education (Ashburn)
Tamika Nelson, senior, liberal studies (Uptown)
Barbara Popp, senior, business administration (Mt. Greenwood)
Nancy Riggio, senior, elementary education (Beverly)
Juan Rosas, sophomore, nursing (Mt. Greenwood)
Linda Schroeder, senior, elementary education (Mt. Greenwood)
Michelle Wilson, senior, biology/secondary education (Chatham) 
Angela Winburn-Wright, senior, liberal studies (Chatham)

Anjali Doshi, senior, elementary education

Evergreen Park
Amy Baio, senior, English
Eric Dykstra, senior, social science/secondary education
Lisa Schmidt, junior, management
Rachel Williams, senior, social science

Cheryl Thompson, senior, business administration

Hazel Crest
Sharon Wilson, senior, liberal studies

Hickory Hills
Laura Kurek, senior, elementary education

Danielle Parish, senior, English

Christine Hardesty, senior, nursing

James Rinkus, junior, history/secondary education

Lake Charles, La.
Mimi Robichaux, senior, art/secondary education

Shannon Ohrt, senior, elementary education

Cynthia Sedor, senior, liberal studies

Oak Forest
Diana Vandenoever, senior, nursing

Oak Lawn
Kimberly Garner, senior, elementary education
Pauline Harty, junior, natural science
Martin McGinnis, senior, liberal studies

Orland Park
Alicia Ackley, senior, elementary education
Maureen Craigmile, junior, nursing 
Noelle Hurley, junior, computer studies
Jill Jandacek, senior, elementary education
Ana Ustaszewski, sophomore, nursing

Palos Heights
Jasmina Mirkovic, junior, nursing
Sarah Tyrrell, senior, elementary education

Palos Hills
Michelle Conte, senior, elementary education
Mia Favicchio, senior, elementary education
Kelly Korhonen, senior, elementary education
Kelly Stout, sophomore, nursing

Shiloh, Ill.
Nicole Etling, senior, communication sciences and disorders

Tinley Park
Rita Halac, senior, nursing

Melissa Brancato, senior, business administration


Saint Xavier University, a Catholic institution inspired by the heritage of the Sisters of Mercy, educates men and women to search for truth, to think critically, to communicate effectively, and to serve wisely and compassionately in support of human dignity and the common good.

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